You Winning Life

Ep. 77-Sliding vs Deciding in Relationships with Dr. Scott Stanley

January 07, 2021 Jason Wasser, LMFT Season 1 Episode 77
You Winning Life
Ep. 77-Sliding vs Deciding in Relationships with Dr. Scott Stanley
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You Winning Life
Ep. 77-Sliding vs Deciding in Relationships with Dr. Scott Stanley
Jan 07, 2021 Season 1 Episode 77
Jason Wasser, LMFT

Premarital cohabitation has consistently been found to be associated with increased risk for divorce and marital distress in the United States. Two explanations for this "cohabitation effect" are discussed: selection and experience. We present an empirically based view of how the experience of cohabitation may increase risk for rela-tionship distress or divorce for some people beyond what is accounted for by selection. Specifically, using a commit-ment framework, we suggest that some couples who otherwise would not have married end up married because of the inertia of cohabitation.

Leading researcher Dr. Scott Stanley discusses concerns over the patterns of contemporary relationships that most impact a couple's long-term commitment: Sliding through major transitions before making clear Decisions about what they want for the future.

Dr. Scott Stanley, Research Professor and Co-Director of the Center for Marital and Family Studies at the University of Denver, presents his definitions and suggestions for building and sustaining a dedicated commitment in a relationship.

http://slidingvsdeciding.blogspot.com
Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/DecideOrSlide

Jason Wasser Therapist/Coach
Online Tele-Therapy & Coaching šŸ–„
The Family Room Wellness Associates
Certified Neuro Emotional Technique PractitionerĀ 
šŸŽ§Host:You Winning Life Podcast
šŸŽ¤Available for speaking engagements

linktr.ee/jasonwasserlmft
https://www.instagram.com/youwinninglife



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Show Notes

Premarital cohabitation has consistently been found to be associated with increased risk for divorce and marital distress in the United States. Two explanations for this "cohabitation effect" are discussed: selection and experience. We present an empirically based view of how the experience of cohabitation may increase risk for rela-tionship distress or divorce for some people beyond what is accounted for by selection. Specifically, using a commit-ment framework, we suggest that some couples who otherwise would not have married end up married because of the inertia of cohabitation.

Leading researcher Dr. Scott Stanley discusses concerns over the patterns of contemporary relationships that most impact a couple's long-term commitment: Sliding through major transitions before making clear Decisions about what they want for the future.

Dr. Scott Stanley, Research Professor and Co-Director of the Center for Marital and Family Studies at the University of Denver, presents his definitions and suggestions for building and sustaining a dedicated commitment in a relationship.

http://slidingvsdeciding.blogspot.com
Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/DecideOrSlide

Jason Wasser Therapist/Coach
Online Tele-Therapy & Coaching šŸ–„
The Family Room Wellness Associates
Certified Neuro Emotional Technique PractitionerĀ 
šŸŽ§Host:You Winning Life Podcast
šŸŽ¤Available for speaking engagements

linktr.ee/jasonwasserlmft
https://www.instagram.com/youwinninglife



Wasser's Furniture
Highlighting what's great about buying your furniture from a brick and mortar family business!

The Family Room Wellness Associates
Online Therapy and Coaching with Jason Wasser, LMFT